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    Question ePortal login page, adding Google Analytics

    Hi, I;m trying to edit the eportal JSP login page to add Google Analytics script, however any changes that i make to index.jsp are not reflected. when i add the code, save it, restart IIS, Tomcat etc.. and refresh my browser (SHIFT +Refresh) no luck i looked at the html that the browers see but no luck.

    any Ideas? any one add google analytics to ePortal

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    Did you restart the E-portal service?

    And are you editing the correct files, try adding some basic code to the page and see if that appears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danIT View Post
    Did you restart the E-portal service?

    And are you editing the correct files, try adding some basic code to the page and see if that appears.
    I restarted the eportal service under services and yes i'm edding the correct files, located them under IIS,

    however i found that if i edit index.htm it just redirects to login.jsp under /webapps/login.jsp so added the google analytics code their and google seams to be able to see it now, however i don't think the javascript gets time to run as the moment you browes to the URL i'm in the login.jsp page.

    I have to dive into the login.jsp page more as it has include=header.jsp in a few places so i guess i need to locate the correct header file and get the javascript to exec their, will try that tommorrow

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    ePortal works as a JSP thingy, so I'm guessing (no copy to hand) it expands a WAR file within Tomcat. The good side is you can alter/edit the expanded files under Tomcat (program files/apache etc/tomcat/webapps/ePortal/ I'd guess). The downside is that when you restart it may overwrite them.

    Sorry, without looking at ePortal directly, can't tell too much more.

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